Former Super Eagles striker Odion Ighalo has given a strong hint that he could be staging a comeback to the national team from retirement. Amaju Pinnick, the Nigerian Football Federation president, has revealed that he has spoken to him to reverse his decision. But Ighalo says he needs to consult his family before deciding.
Ighalo Makes 'U-Turn' On Retirement
Vanguard, 31 July 2019
Super Eagles and Shanghai Shenhua forward, Odion Ighalo has left his fans in limbo as to whether he would rescind his decision to quit the national team or not. Read more »
Rohr Wants Ighalo Back Into Super Eagles
Vanguard, 30 July 2019
Super Eagles coach, Gernot Rohr has said the team's leading scorer, Odion Ighalo who quit the team after the Africa Cup of Nations still has a role to play in the team. Read more »
Babangida Kicks Against Ighalo's Retirement From Super Eagles
Daily Trust, 22 July 2019
A former international winger, Tijani Babangida has said it is too early for experienced striker, Odion Ighalo to retire from the Super Eagles. Read more »
Afcon 2019 - Ighalo Wins Top Scorer Award, Makes Best XI
Premium Times, 20 July 2019
Super Eagles striker, Odion Ighalo, has emerged as top scorer at the just concluded 2019 Africa Cup of Nations. Read more »
Ighalo Gives Reason for Quitting Super Eagles
Vanguard, 18 July 2019
Leading goal scorer at the ongoing African Cup of Nations, Odion Ighalo has called time on his international career with the Super Eagles of Nigeria. Read more »
Odion Ighalo was the main man for Nigeria again as the Super Eagles secured a vital 3-2 away win over Libya in the Africa Cup of Nations qualifying series. The Super Eagles have ... Read more »
Nigeria has moved above Libya into second place in their Africa Cup of Nations qualifying group. Nigeria and Libya will do battle again in the reverse fixture in Sfax, Tunisia, on ... Read more »
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